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Find, Fix, Confirm, Repeat. Tenable’s Guide to Mitigating Spectre and Meltdown.

Implementing an effective, ongoing process to protect your business

Experts suggest Meltdown and Spectre will have an ongoing impact on security operations for years to come – at least until all affected CPUs are replaced. Based on the widespread use of affected chips, it won’t be hard to find impacted systems. The problem will be ensuring all affected systems have received all appropriate patches in a timely manner.

Vendors have already released dozens of patches for Spectre and Meltdown, with many more likely to follow as the true impact of the flaws become more apparent. To help you effectively mitigate these flaws, join Tenable at 11am ET on January 18 for a 30 minute webinar,  “Find, Fix, Confirm, Repeat. Tenable’s Guide to Mitigating Spectre and Meltdown.”

The session will cover the following topics:

  • Establishing an ongoing, automated mitigation process
  • Tracking and reporting on your progress
  • Answers to your questions during a live Q&A

This webinar will be especially useful for InfoSec professionals responsible for vulnerability remediation, and evaluating and ensuring the security of enterprise networks.

Reserve your spot, register now.

Speakers:

Gavin Millard

Technical Director, EMEA

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